Helow AlexBecause i wasn't aware of this law
Sorry for my delay.They say their evidence is the original Tenancy agreement they signed in 2008 where the rent states £525 a month. As far as I know that is all they have but they are saying that this contract proves that they have paid a £525 deposit.
one last ting, a couple actually. So do I admit part of the claim in the county claim form?
Sorry I keep pressing return and it sends my reply rather than starting a new paragraph. Anyway, would you say i don't need any representation? And finally I'm not sure what you mean about extra information for free - if you do get a ccj and pay within a month, then it will be cancelled?
File a defence - saying that you did not protect the deposit but that it was returned and that the tenancy has ended.
yes you dont need representation - you can do but you do not have to.
If you get a CCJ as a result of hearing but pay within a month it will be cancelled so you wont be blacklisted.
Does that clarify?